Here you’ll find the latest news on refugee health related information, resources, research, professional development opportunities, and professional networks. The Network publishes a monthly e-Bulletin that shares current news, resources, and showcases good practice from the refugee health sector in Victoria and Australia. You can subscribe to our e-Bulletin using the subscription form below the articles.
Submit an Expression of Interest to join the Network’s Executive Group, providing strategic oversight and key policy advice related to health services and systems for people from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds in Victoria.
The Australian Human Rights Commission is calling for written submissions on the experience of women in immigration detention.
Help RMIT deliver the diploma of interpreting in Bendigo.
Join us for our upcoming Statewide meeting where we discuss key service delivery and policy issues for refugees and people seeking asylum.
Statement from the Victorian Refugee Health Network on the escalating violence in Palestine and Israel
A statement from the Victorian Refugee Health Network and links to suitable resources for the community.
The Diverse Communities Mental Health and Wellbeing Project have produced two new videos in Arabic and Dari.
The Interpreter Scholarship Program works to improve the supply, quality and use of language services in Victoria by offering scholarships to eligible students.
The Water Well Project delivers free, interactive and culturally responsive health education sessions in 41 languages across NSW, Tasmania and Victoria.
On 24 March 2023, a new round of the Power Saving Bonus program commenced.
Approved community service organisations and education providers can issue Travel Pass tickets for free at their discretion to their clients and students for many reasons.
The Network publishes a monthly e-Bulletin that shares current news and resources and showcases good practice from the refugee health sector in Victoria and Australia.